Before seeing a specialist advisor you may wish to consider who you wish your executor, or executors, to be. Your executor, or executors, are responsible for carrying out your wishes as written into your Will and you only need to appoint one executor, although you could appoint up to four. They could be family members or trusted friends, or a professional advisor, e.g. a solicitor or accountant, or a combination of these people. The RSPCA can also act as your executor.
If you appoint the RSPCA as your executor, it is helpful to let us know in case we need any additional information and to ensure your wishes are fulfilled.